Dorylaimus baylyi sp. nov. (Dorylaimidae, Dorylaimida) a nematode collected from sediment in a freshwater rock-hole in the Northern Territory
A new species of Dorylaimus is described from the sediment of a freshwater rock-hole in the Northern Territory, Australia. It is distinguished from other species by a combination of characters: the cuticle has about 30 longitudinal ridges in the mid region of the body, the odontostyle varies from 43 to 46 μm in length with an aperture covering 43 to 46% of its length and is about ten times as long as it is in diameter, the male tail is short and rounded and the female tail is conoid,...[Show more]
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